How to Enable Mica Material Design on Microsoft Edge

If you’re using the Microsoft Edge web browser, you might know that most of its visual features are meant to be compatible with Windows 11’s system theme. Recently, Microsoft released a new update for its Edge browser that introduced massive visual changes.

On the latest version of Microsoft Edge, users can enable asbestos material effect, The design changes the look of the web browser, and is similar to the design language of Windows 11.

Mica Material Theme on Microsoft Edge

If you don’t know, Mica Material is basically a design language that incorporates themes and desktop wallpapers to depict the background of apps and settings.

The Mica material on Microsoft Edge means the web browser will have a semi-transparent blur effect along with the colors of the desktop background image.

It is believed that this feature will change the overall look of the Microsoft Edge browser. So, if you want to enable the new visuals of Microsoft Edge browser, continue reading the article.

How to Enable the New Mica Content on Microsoft Edge

In addition to the Mica material effect, you can now also enable rounder corners on your Microsoft Edge browser. Here’s how Enable new Mica material and rounder corners on Edge browser,

Comment: To use this new visual change, you must download and use Microsoft Edge Canary,

1. The first step involves updating Microsoft Edge to the latest version. For that, open Microsoft Edge on your PC.

2. Now click on the three dots on the top right. On the menu that appears, select Help > About Edge,

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5. Find the Edge Experiments page Show Windows 11 visual effects in title bar and toolbar,

Show Windows 11 visual effects in title bar and toolbar

6. Click the drop-down next to the flag and select Active,

Active

7. Now, on the Edge address bar, type this new address and press Enter.

edge://flags/#edge-visual-rejuv-rounded-tabs

8. Click on Provide rounded tabs feature Drop down and select Active,

create round tab

9. Click after making changes restart button on the lower right corner.

restart

That’s it! After the restart, you will find that the title bar and toolbar will have semi-transparent and blurred effects. This is mica material design for you.

So, these are some simple steps to enable Mica content on Microsoft Edge browser. If you need more help enabling Microsoft Edge’s hidden visuals feature, let us know in the comments below. Also, if you find this guide useful, don’t forget to share it with your friends.

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